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Environment & Health Policy

Johnnette Technologies Private Limited Company is established in terms of the Companies Act 2013, India and its associated regulations. Its core mandate is to create an environment that enables the establishment of quality investments to a demarcated industrial and corporate safe zones. In discharging our responsibilities, we commit to the implementation of sound world class principles for health, safety and environmental management so as to position the Company as a benchmark among its peer operators around the world. Johnnette’s ESH Policy is reviewed annually. Succeeding paragraphs explain our intent and action towards implementing the Environment Safety and Health Policy at Johnnette Technologies Private Limited.




This policy will:


1.1 Show the commitment of Johnnette’s management and workers to environment, health and safety.

1.2 Aim to remove or reduce the risks to the environment, health, safety and welfare of all workers, contractors and visitors, and anyone else who may be affected by our business operations

1.3 Aim to ensure all work activities are done safely.

1.4 Comply with all applicable legislation, including environmental, health and safety as well as terms and conditions of regulatory permits and alignment of the development with the policy rationale of the IDZ programme;

1.5 Develop, maintain and ensure continual improvement of systems in compliance with ISO 9001:2007, AS 9001 requirements;

1.6 Identify, asses and manage risks associated with our operations to employees, contractors and the environment;

1.7 Set and achieve targets that promote efficient use and protection of resources, mitigating and preventing pollution as well as minimizing waste;

1.8 Develop tools to identify, assess and measure customer needs, expectations and satisfaction;

1.9 Establish procedures and practices that will continually improve the effectiveness of our quality management system, environmental, health and safety performance;

1.10 Engage regularly, openly and honestly with all parties interested in and affected by our operations with a view of taking their views and concerns into account in our decision making;

1.11 Implement and maintain a monitoring and auditing system that will be used to evaluate health, safety, environmental and quality performance against annual objectives and targets.


Management: Will provide and maintain as far as possible:


2.1 A safe working environment

2.2 Safe systems of work

2.3 Plant and substances in safe condition

2.4 Facilities for the welfare of workers

2.5 Information, instruction, training and supervision that is reasonably necessary to ensure that each worker is safe from injury and risks to health

2.6 A commitment to consult and co-operate with workers in all matters relating to health and safety in the workplace

2.7 A commitment to continually improve our performance through effective safety management.



Each worker has an obligation to:

2.8 Comply with safe work practices, with the intent of avoiding injury to themselves and others and damage to plant and equipment

2.9 Take reasonable care of the health and safety of themselves and others

2.10 Wear personal protective equipment and clothing where necessary

2.11 Comply with any direction given by management for health and safety

2.12 Not misuse or interfere with anything provided for health and safety

2.13 Report all accidents and incidents on the job immediately, no matter how trivial

2.14 Report all known or observed hazards to their supervisor or manager.




3.1 Information: The Managing Director or Safety Advisor will ensure that all employees have access to the Environment, Health and Safety Policy. Each employee will be given a copy of the general policy on commencement of his or her employment. Also all employees should know where the first-aid kit is located, have a copy of the emergency plan and be trained on the emergency plan and evacuation procedures.

3.2 Risk assessment: it will be undertaken for all members of staff, work activities and systems annually. It consists in identifying the hazards; identifying who might be harmed and how; evaluating the risks from identified hazards. If there are no hazards, there are no risks. Where risks are already controlled in some way, the effectiveness of those controls needs to be considered when assessing the extent of the risk that remains. The results of the risk assessments will be recorded in writing, and safety procedures adjusted to ensure adequate levels of health safety and welfare.


4.1 Observe and practice the safety procedures established for the job.

4.2 Be aware of the standard operating procedures for each nature of job.

4.3 If you spot any possible hazardous situation report it to your supervisor immediately.

4.4 In case of sickness or injury, no matter how slight, report at once to your supervisor. In no case should an employee treat his own or someone else's injuries. In case of any accident resulting in a severe injury, the employee is not to be moved until medical attention has been given by authorized personnel.

4.5 Never distract the attention of another employee, as you might cause him or her to be injured. If necessary to get the attention of another employee, wait until it can be done safely.

4.6 Do not wear loose clothing or jewelery around machinery.

4.7 Where required, you must wear protective equipment, such as goggles, safety glasses, masks, gloves, hair nets, etc.

4.8 Do not operate machines or equipment until you have been properly instructed and authorized to do so by your supervisor.

4.9 Shut down your machine before cleaning, repairing, or leaving.

4.10 Keep your work area clean.

4.11 Observe smoking regulations. No individual shall smoke in public places or inside the working areas of Johnnette.

4.12 Do not block access to fire extinguishers.

4.13 Do not engage in practices that may be inconsistent with ordinary and reasonable common sense safety rules.




We will operate in compliance with all relevant environmental legislation and we will strive to use pollution prevention and environmental best practices in all we do.


We at Johnnette will:-


5.1 Integrate the consideration of environmental concerns and impacts into all of our decision making and activities,

5.2 Promote environmental awareness among our employees and encourage them to work in an environmentally responsible manner,

5.3 Train, educate and inform our employees about environmental issues that may affect their work,

5.4 Reduce waste through re-use and recycling and by purchasing recycled, recyclable or re-furbished products and materials where these alternatives are available, economical and suitable,

5.5 Promote efficient use of materials and resources throughout our facility including water, electricity, raw materials and other resources, particularly those that are non-renewable,

5.6 Avoid unnecessary use of hazardous materials and products, seek substitutions when feasible, and take all reasonable steps to protect human health and the environment when such materials must be used, stored and disposed of,

5.7 Purchase and use environmentally responsible products accordingly,

5.8 Where required by legislation or where significant health, safety or environmental hazards exist, develop and maintain appropriate emergency and spill response programmes,

5.9 Communicate our environmental commitment to clients, customers and the public and encourage them to support it,

5.10 Strive to continually improve our environmental performance and minimise the social impact and damage of activities by periodically reviewing our environmental policy in light of our current and planned future activities.

5.11 Reduce: Cut your use of energy, water, and materials

5.12 Reuse: Use it again and again, until it can't be used anymore

5.13 Recycle: Make new products or packaging from used materials

5.14 Rebuy : Purchase products made from recycled materials




6.1 Follow your specific building’s evacuation plan

6.2 Only if safe to do so, secure classified data and shut down equipment.

6.3 Assemble at your designated outside gathering station/ muster/ assembly areas.

6.4 Remain there until further instructions from the zone coordinator or authorized person.

6.5 If out of usual work area, follow the area’s employees.




7.1 Extension cords used improperly - can overheat and cause fire.

7.2 Power strips (surge suppressors) plugged together;

7.3 Extension cords used as permanent, instead of temporary, wiring

7.4 Metal junction boxes used as extension cords (shock hazard).

7.5 Damaged wiring or conduit is a shock hazard

7.6 Live, exposed wiring

7.7 Openings in electrical boxes

7.8 Storage blocking electrical panels, circuit breaker boxes and disconnects (no access if emergency).

7.9 Report hazards to your supervisor, plant engineering, or ESH Manager.




Noida Police : 100


Police Control Room 2525100 ,, 2351324 ,, 2350100 ,, 2351325 ,, 2351327

In case of Accident 2528058 ,, 2521073


Noida Fire Station : 101, Fire Station: Harola 2521111, Fire Station Sec-58: 2562901

Fire Station Phase 2: 2562999


Ambulance : 102


Women Helpline : 1091